Executive Functioning Skills and Behaviours Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: planning: the ability to create a roadmap to reach a goal or complete a task. , working memory: the mental memory processes that allow us to hold information in our minds while working it, organisation: being able to develop and maintain a system for keeping track of materials and plans. , executive: _ functions and skills are the basis of planning, organising, initiating, and following through with the tasks, flexibility: the ability to adapt to new situations and deal with change. it includes coming up with new solutions to fix problems that come up. , emotional: _ control, the ability to manage your thoughts and feelings in order to achieve goals. , attention: sustained _ , being able to focus on a person or task for a period of time while avoiding potential distractions, initiation: task _ the ability to independently start tasks when needed without procrastination, time management: having an accurate understanding of how long tasks will take and using time effectively to accomplish that task, persistence: goal-directed _ the ability to figure out how to accomplish a goal without being put off by competing interests, metacognition: the ability to stand back and take a bird's eye view of oneself in a situation, inhibition: response _ , the capacity to think before you act or resist the urge.